Everyone wants to succeed and do their best in life, but the fear of imperfection, atelophobia, can make it difficult for people to even try in the first place.
Gacha games dominated the Asian gaming scene for years. As gachas build global fanbases, many are left blindsided by the truth: They’re anime themed casinos.
Dating is a social hellscape. Don’t make it worse by missing out on this simple principle of attraction psychology.
Before people were committing crimes on the internet for clout, there was Herostratrus, the OG of overcompensation.
Are you sure you really want to buy a product or avail of a service? Or is it shady neuromarketing tactics telling you what to buy?
Impostor syndrome affects as much as 82% of the population. Here’s how to deal with the feelings of inferiority and anxiety that are characteristic of the syndrome.
Anorexia and bulimia get the spotlight in media and public awareness. But it’s EDNOS that makes up the bulk of eating disorder statistics.
If you suspect you might be an overachiever, here are some hints that can help you decide for sure.
Who doesn’t like learning more about themselves? Take a free test from Open Psychometrics and have an actual psychometrician explain it to you.
Mental illness is partly defined by abnormality. But what’s normal often depends on the culture you come from.
The Enneagram Theory of Personality digs up all your deep-seated fears and vulnerabilities. Because who wouldn’t want to know how their inner fears shape their personality?
All it took was punching a clown. In the following decades, Albert Bandura’s theory of reciprocal determinism would reshape the way we think about crime.
At first, most people seemed anxious about having to work from home. But times change, and now, workers are threatening to leave if they can’t stay remote.
The first search suggestion for ‘fidget spinners’ is ‘are dead’. The second? Fidget spinners are stupid. But they’re neither dead nor stupid. Fidget toys just aren’t for neurotypicals.
Similar to other behaviorist theories of psychology, Clark Hull’s drive reduction theory seeks to explain the motivation behind human behavior. But does it really make sense?
Should you be taking life advice from fictional pandas? Probably not but if you’re going to, you may as well take it from We Bare Bears’ Panda.